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Dharma Talks Access for Retreatants at New York Insight Meditation Center

Anxiety: It’s Not All In Your Mind

The seeds of anxiety originate from a variety of sources: repeated trauma, illness, chronic pain, hormonal imbalance, a mind caught in fear of the unknown future. Knowing how we can skillfully work with ourselves when anxiety takes root, including before anxiety emerges, comes in many forms. Awareness of our internal landscape fosters the sensitivity to know how to work with these difficult feelings. By developing mindfulness, we cultivate internal awareness to address the body before anxiety spreads, give kind attention to our bodies, and learn to recognize the progression of thoughts and emotions that arise prior to anxiety taking hold.
2019-10-20 (1 day) New York Insight Meditation Center

  
2019-10-20 am01-introduction, pain and anxiety 19:59
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 am02-four-part-breath-guided-meditation 33:32
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 am03-awareness as alert signal - physiognomy of anxiety 28:38
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 am04-q+a-practice with experiential examples 25:04
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 am05-felt-sense+sitting and standing demonstration 32:22
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 am06-guided-meditation 20:11
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 am07-after the breath, embedded-good-memories 14:56
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 pm01-biological, cultural causes for anxiety and the subtle body 39:29
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 pm02-the subtle body and the imagination guided practice and talk 48:36
  Jill Satterfield
2019-10-20 pm03-dyad exercise+share-'what brings you joy?'-concluding of day 39:24
  Jill Satterfield
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